syllic: ([inception] man)
2010-08-31 02:08 am

Fill: A Fool From Any Direction, 2/2

It’s not entirely clear, amidst Julian’s terrified laughter, the sound of a woman screaming, and the frequency of punches being landed on or near Eames, how many men end up coming out after them. )

What's up, least anonymous anonymous fill ever?

Give me a reason to make shit mediaeval. Go on. I dare you.

(Yes, all of the horses apart from Algernon are named after Temeraire dragons; shut up; hello, [livejournal.com profile] naominovik!)

Speaking seriously: many of you know that I have immense trouble letting words go, and right now, I need to make sure I do that. Failing at anonymity on the kinkmeme apparently facilitates this, at the moment; imperfections aside, I have to take it.

It defies belief (well, it defies belief in any fandom but this, perhaps, but it will always defy my belief), but the utterly wondrous [livejournal.com profile] cactus_rabbit drew art for this.

Please go and look at it, and tell her how much you love Arthur's eyes.

And for those of you who like some introspection with your mediaeval.

You are all lovely.
syllic: ([inception] specificity (with light))
2010-08-27 11:28 am

A Fool From Any Direction, 1/2

A Fool From Any Direction

arthur/eames, ~21,000 words (oh, [livejournal.com profile] syllic, hahaha), nc-17

written for this prompt at [livejournal.com profile] inception_kink ("Eames is a knight, and Arthur is a stable boy. Eames brings him little tokens from his quests and Arthur reverently removes his armor and lets Eames press him down sweetly into the hay").

with thanks to H.


A Fool From Any Direction

Never approach a bull from the front, a horse from the rear, or a fool from any direction.

I don’t understand, Arthur; did bandits seize you as a child? Did they take you away from your sums and reading and force you to play in the fields? )

Onwards to part ii.